The left is furious, probably because Conway exposed the truth…
Kellyanne Conway has come hard for the Speaker of The House, California Rep. Nancy Pelosi, who is leading the charge on impeachment.
Conway, a counselor to President Donald Trump, told reporters that Rep. Pelosi does not want impeachment but is being pressured by Democrat men.
“The main message is there are no high crimes and misdemeanors here,” the counselor to the president said to reporters on Friday.
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“People were talking about impeaching this president before he even got inaugurated. Now they’re getting their wish: Nancy Pelosi finally capitulated to her angry mob [of men],” she said.
“At 1 p.m. on Tuesday, she told the Atlantic Festival — pull it everyone — ‘No, no, we need an investigation first. We’re not close to impeachment. We need investigation first.’
“A couple hours later, she does the worst thing a woman in power can do, which is she just changes her mind because the men around her said, ‘Change your mind. We need an impeachment,’” Conway said.
“She did that without seeing the transcript of the call, the memo of the call,” she told the press who asked her why she thought Rep. Pelosi pursed impeachment.
When asked if President Trump had reached the “high crimes or misdemeanors” bar set by The Constitution for impeachment Rep. Pelosi stealthily avoided answering the question in a direct fashion.
“[T]he fact is that I’ve tried to avoid the situation that we’re in now, because it was very divisive for the country,” she said.
“This administration has done irreparable damage to our country. We must repair and we must heal. And to me … it’s about the arts.”
“I always believed that the arts would bring us together,” the Speaker of The House said, avoiding the fact that many Democrats have been calling for impeachment since Election Day 2016.
“When we can come together, listen, be inspired, laugh, cry, just enjoy and put our differences aside, that’s a very positive thing.
“And when we hear ‘The Battle Hymn of the Republic,’ it arouses such emotion in all of us that we are united,” she said.
“On that very day last week, that Tuesday erupted this remarkable set of facts, on Constitution Day, and it was about the IG, Inspector General, at the office of the Director of National Intelligence saying that there was a whistleblower complaint,” Pelosi said.
“And then we learned that it was going to be blocked from being presented and that the DNI was not going to allow it to come forward.”
“So let me just say this: I have more experience in intelligence than anybody in the Congress,” the House Speaker said.
“At least 25 years. I was a member of the committee. I was the top Democrat. I was the Adam Schiff. We didn’t have the majority, so I was a ranking member, but that made me a member of the gang of four years ago and then ex officio as leader and as speaker, so I have been there for the writing of the law.”
Src: The Federalist Papers